SLC Faculty Meaghen Shaver, MSc, BCBA and Kim Trudeau-Craig, MSc.ABA, RP, BCBA at ONTABA

Research at the Centre

The Centre for Behavioural Studies (the Centre) engages in research in Behavioural Science and related fields. This research allows faculty, students, and community partners to expand knowledge and the application of Behavioural Science. 

The Centre provides opportunities for St. Lawrence College faculty to exercise the clinical and research skills needed to be contemporary educators. The Centre supports faculty to plan, resource, and conduct their research in Behavioural Science and related disciplines. If you are interested in partnering with a member of our faculty on a research project please contact CBS at 

The Centre conducts and supports research funded through external grants and contracts. 

The Centre’s Research Project Approval Process

We welcome research collaborations that support our Centre’s mandate.

Please contact us for more information at

St. Lawrence College and the Centre for Behavioural Studies follow the Tri-Council Guidelines on Ethical Conduct of Research Involving Human Participants:

Canada’s leading research granting agencies, CIHR, NSERC, and SSHRC constitute the “Tri-council” and collectively maintain a policy called the Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Research Involving Humans.  St. Lawrence College and the Centre utilize the Tri-Council policy as a key resource when addressing ethical research involving human subjects. The Tri-Council policy, which has been adopted in full by St. Lawrence College and the Centre, can be found here.